Army neutralises terrorists, rescues nine children, women in Borno


The Nigerian Army troops have ambushed and killed terrorists in Gwoza Local Government Area of Borno State.

The operation, which targeted terrorist areas around Pulka and Ashagashiya, led to the rescue of seven women and nine children who had been held captive.

Nigerian Army in a statement on X said the troops deployed in the North East, in collaboration with Vigilante and Hybrid Forces, have achieved notable successes against terrorist activities in the region.

These efforts have led to the neutralization of terrorists, the rescue of hostages, and the recovery of arms and other items.

“In Gwoza Local Government Area (LGA) of Borno State, troops executed an ambush targeting terrorists’ staging areas around Pulka and Ashagashiya,” the Army said.

“The operation resulted in contact with the terrorists, leading to the neutralization of one, while others fled, abandoning their belongings. Seven women and nine children were rescued from captivity.”

It stated that…

Source: Guardian Newspaper